Veronica Shanti Pereira, left, won the women's 100m crown at the Southeast Asian Games in Cambodia ©Getty Images

The region's champion sprinters were crowned as part of the track and field finals on day seven at the Southeast Asian Games.

In the 100 metres finals at the Morodok Techo National Stadium, the women’s title went to Singapore’s Veronica Shanti Pereira in 11.410 seconds, with victory following up her win in the women’s 200m earlier in the event.

Meanwhile the men’s crown went to Soraoat Dapbang of Thailand who won in 10.370sec, with victory meaning Dapbang had also completed the 100 and 200m double.

Among the day’s other events were the 4x400 metres relay finals, with Vietnam running out comfortable winners in the women’s race.

Victory went to their team of Thi Anh Thuc Hoang, Thi Hang Nguyen, Thi Minh Hanh Hoang and Thi Ngoc Nguyen in 3mins 33.050secs.

In the men’s 4x400m relay final, the Philippines quartet of Clinton Kingsley Na Bautista, Joyme Albao Sequita, Michael Carlo Grafilo Del Prado and Umajesty Wesley Lachica Williams took victory in 3:07.220.

Vietnam celebrate winning the women's 4x400 metres relay title ©Getty Images
Vietnam celebrate winning the women's 4x400 metres relay title ©Getty Images

The men’s relay was a much closer affair, with second-placed Thailand just behind in 3:07.230.

Among the other medals decided today was the men’s cycling individual mass start event held on the roads of Angkor Wat.

A seven-strong leading group were involved in a sprint finish, with victory going to Malaysia’s Nur Amirull Fakhruddin Mazuki in 3hours 22min 50.00sec.

The silver medal went to Aiman Cahyadi of Indonesia, with bronze going to Ronald Nozuelo Oranza of the Philippines, both in the same time as the winner.

Competition today took place at the Southeast Asian Games across 22 sports, ranging from Olympic sports such as athletics and boxing, to non-Olympic sports including wushu and pétanque.

In the overall medals table, Vietnam have a healthy lead at the top of the standings with 216 total medals, consisting of 70 golds, 68 silvers and 78 bronzes.

Thailand are in second place with 169 total medals, with hosts Cambodia in third with 167.

Competition at the multi-sport event is set to run until Tuesday (May 16).